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The week-long daytime event is aimed at teaching high school students the basics of computing, cybersecurity, and information technology through a hands-on, fun, and engaging experience.
College of Western Idaho’s Computer Science and Information Technology Department will host a day of education and training to expand cybersecurity knowledge around the state.
Cybersecurity student, Stanley Ward, was selected out of thousands of students for a national scholarship through his participation in a national cybersecurity competition.
Congratulations to College of Western Idaho's Cybersecurity team who advanced to the finals and placed fourth at the Future of Work Academy cybersecurity incubator competition.
Cybersecurity Representatives from College of Western Idaho’s Cyber Defense Center took part in the Idaho Office of Emergency Management’s annual Cybersecurity Summit Thursday, Oct. 13.
During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it’s important to remember to take extra steps to keep you and your information safe. Hackers are constantly coming up with new ways to steal personal data and information.
Increase your awareness in cybersecurity by participating in a free, online training provided through Amazon.
College of Western Idaho (CWI) Cybersecurity students, Alex Mitchell and Cameron White, joined up to take first place and a cash prize of $12,000 in the Cyber Entrepreneur Challenge.
The team, which also included Tatum Jones from Boise State University, focused on ways to integrate...
Allied Business Solutions donates $5,000 to empower Information Technology students at CWI.
Learn how to send and receive emails securely.
Learn how to protect yourself from cybercriminals by creating a strong password.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Stay secure by observing the following best practices while using a mobile device.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Stay secure by observing the following best practices while on and off campus.
Prepare for a career in the field of information technology with hands-on learning utilizing current technologies in real-world scenarios.
Smart devices, although convenient, increase your chances of being hacked. Learn what steps to take to add security.
How to avoid malicious attachments that can infect your computer.
Learn how to print sensitive information using secure print.
Learn how to protect your personal information from skimmers and shimmers when using a debit or credit card.
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